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Transcript of IRELAND

IRELAND
BY, Maria & Anita
What & Where is Ireland
Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic Ocean
Area: 84,421 km2
Western Europe
It is separated from the West Coast of Great Britain by the;
North Channel
Irish sea
St. George's Channel
Coordinates 53*25'N 8*0'W
About Ireland
5/6 of Ireland is covered by the Republic if Ireland
1/6 is covered by Northern Ireland
The Capital is Dublin
Roman Catholic
1st language of the Republic of Ireland is Gaeilge
Northern Ireland speaks Ulster Scots
English
The population is about 6.4m (6,378,000)
History
Exports
Ireland Exports 2012
Total: 141B
USA
United Kingdom
Belgium-Luxembourg
Germany
France
Switzerland
Netherlands
Japan
Italy
Spain
Imports
United Kingdom
United States
Germany
Netherlands
China
France
Nigeria
Belgium-Luxembourg
Norway
Italy
Diageo;
Guinness
Total:64.3B
Ireland Imports 2012
The Making
Step 1
Water
Barley
Hops
Brewer's Yeast
Step 2
Nitrogen
Carbon Dioxide
Step 3
Brewed in almost 60 countries
Available in over 120
GUINNESS in UK, Ireland and North America is brewed in Ireland at the historic St. James's Gate Brewery in Dublin"
Sold in 150 Countries
Most sold in;
Great Britain
Ireland
Nigeria
USA
Cameroon.
Significant share in the African beer market
Sold since 1827
About 40% of Guinness is brewed and sold in Africa
Political & Economic System
President Michael D. Higgins
Prime Minister Enda Kenny
Mixed Economic System
Variety of private freedom,
Combined with centralized economic planning
Government regulation
Member of the European Union
300s BC
The Celts invade the island of Ireland
Establish 5 kingdoms
1800
Irish parliament passes the Act of Union with Great Britain
Officially becoming a part of the UK
1846
The Irish Potato Famine begins
Lasts until 1848
Over 1m died and
Many others emigrate
1916
Easter Uprising is started by Irish Nationalists
The British government then executes the rebellion leaders,
Infuriating the Irish public.
1921
The Anglo-Irish War ends
Anglo-Irish treaty is signed
The Irish Free State is created;
Consisting of 26 southern counties.
Six northern countries remain part of the United Kingdom.
1948
Government formally declares Ireland a republic
Ireland leaves the British Commonwealth
1973
Ireland joins the European Economic Community.
1991
Ireland signs the Maastricht Treaty
Establishes the European Union.
2002
Euro replaces the Punt as the national currency.
2006
Government begins a 20-year plan to create a bilingual society.
2009
Ireland loses its AAA debt rating
Public finances deteriorate amid a deep recession
2010
Government agrees to an 85 billion Euro rescue package
With European Union and the IMF.
2012
Irish voters approve the European Union fiscal treaty
60% supporting the European Union-backed austerity program.
Arthur Guinness (1725–1803)
Irish brewer
Founder of the Guinness brewery business
Entrepreneur
Visionary
Philanthropist
Labour Practices
Diageo has more than 28,000 talented people working to grow the business and nurture the brands.
Breet
The Making
Water
lime extract
pinapple extract
ginger extract
Carbon Dioxide
Diageo Factory
Grocery stores
Sources

http://www.diageo.com/en-row/Pages/default.aspx
http://globaledge.msu.edu/countries/ireland/
https://en/profile/country/irl/wiki/Ireland
https://en.wikipedia.org/https://atlas.media.mit.edu/



QUESTIONS?
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